Kate Gottgens

Mediums used included ash, acrylic, oil, oxides and chalks, creating a unique and exquisite style of art.

EDUCATION:  

1984-87        BA Fine Art, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town

 

EXHIBITIONS:

2004 “Ground Work” Solo exhibition - Knysna Fine Art, Knysna

2002 >Groundwork=- solo exhibition, Knysna Fine Art, Knysna

2000 Solo exhibition - Irma Stern Museum - Cape Town

1999 Group exhibition - >Unplugged= - Rembrandt Gallery, Johannesburg

1998 Group exhibition - Joao Ferreira Fine Art, Cape Town

1996 Group exhibition - Hanel Gallery, Cape Town

1995 >Laager= - group exhibition, Africus Biennale, Johannesburg

>Scurvy= - group exhibition, Castle, Cape Town

Volkskas Atelier Award Show

Women on South Africa - group exhibition, Paarl Museum

1994 One of three women representing South Africa in the VIIIth New Delhi Triennale, New Delhi Academy of Fine Art, India

>X It= - group exhibition, SAAA, Cape Town

Two person show with Barend de Wet - 74 Hout Street Gallery, Cape Town

Volkskas Atelier Awards Exhibition - SAAA, Pretoria

1993 >Women on Women= - group exhibition, Seeff Trust Gallery

>Modern Wonders= - solo exhibition, Everard Read Contemporary Gallery, Johannesburg

 

1992 Vita Art Now Awards - Johannesburg Art Gallery

                                                      >Other Visibilities= - group exhibition, Newtown Galleries, Johannesburg

 

1991 Group exhibition - FIG Gallery, Johannesburg

>Popular Pictures= - two person exhibition with Conrad Weltz, FIG Gallery, Johannesburg

Group exhibition - Baxter Gallery, Cape Town

Group exhibition - Daljosaphat Art Foundation, Paarl

Group exhibition - SAAA, Cape Town

1990 >Pawn/Porn=- group exhibition, Famous International Gallery, Johannesburg

 

1989     Artist in Residence for six months with several group exhibitions, Daljosephat Art Foundation, Paarl.

 

1988     >Urban Melodrama=-Group exhibition, Market Theatre Gallery, Johannesburg

 

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